Michael Johnson
Technical Editor
April 20, 2019

It has been many years in the making, but on National Mustang Day 2019, the Mustang Owner’s Museum opened its doors as part of the 55 Years of Mustang celebration at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Of course, we weren’t going to miss it. Inside the museum attendees were treated to Mustangs from almost every year, from a 1964 ½ Mustang from the NY World’s Fair in 1964 to the latest 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500. What you are treated to at the Mustang Owner’s Museum is displays of super rare Mustangs from the likes of Shelby, Saleen, Roush, Iacocca, and other rarely seen models you only see at larger Mustang shows. However, you’ll also see Mustangs that otherwise may not see the light of any Mustang show.

Regardless, the Mustang Owner’s Museum is finally a place we can call our own.

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